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Old 04-07-2012, 01:12 PM
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Default MIDI2600 Assembly, DIP Switch, and MIDI Implementation

The kit contains some ESD-sensitive parts. Please take reasonable static-control precautions when assembling the kit.


PCB Layout
The location of each part is clearly marked on the MIDI2600 circuit board.





Assembly Tips
  • Start by soldering the smallest components first and the largest parts last.
  • All components are mounted on the side of the board with the white legend.


Parts List
Appearance of parts may vary.

C1-C3


C4: Part not required.

D1-D17: Dark band on diode must match the white band on the circuit board legend.


IC1: Mount socket on the circuit board first, then insert IC into socket. Notched end must match notch in the circuit board legend.


IC2: Mount socket on the circuit board first, then insert IC into socket. End marked with dot must match notch in the circuit board legend.


LED1-LED2: Short lead on LED must match the flat side on the circuit board legend.


R1: 220Ω resistor, marked with the following color bands: red, red, brown, gold.


R2-R5: 4.7kΩ resistor, marked with the following color bands: yellow, violet, red, gold.


R6-R7: 1kΩ resistor, marked with the following color bands: brown, black, red, gold.


R8: 10kΩ resistor, marked with the following color bands: brown, black, red, gold.


SW1: Numbers on switch should match the numbers on the circuit board legend.

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Default DIP Switch Settings

Note: All DIP switch selections become active at power-up.


Channel Selection
Use positions 1-4 to select the incoming MIDI channel.

(MIDI Channel: Switch 1, Switch 2, Switch 3, Switch 4)
1: off, off, off, off
2: off, off, off, on
3: off, off, on, off
4: off, off, on, on
5: off, on, off, off
6: off, on, off, on
7: off, on, on, off
8: off, on, on, on
9: on, off, off, off
10: on, off, off, on
11: on, off, on, off
12: on, off, on, on
13: on, on, off, off
14: on, on, off, on
15: on, on, on, off
16: on, on, on, on


Controller Mode Selection
Use positions 5-6 to select type of output sent to the console.

Position 5 controls the left controller output.

Joystick Mode: off
Keypad Mode: on

Position 6 controls the right controller output.

Joystick Mode: off
Keypad Mode: on
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Old 04-07-2012, 01:25 PM
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Default MIDI Implementation

Button Map

When the MIDI2600 receives a MIDI note, it sends the corresponding button signal to the game console. The button is then "held" for the duration of the MIDI note.

Each MIDI2600 controller output is independently configured as either a joystick or keypad via the DIP switch.

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